Park Farm Place, Northmoor, Witney, Oxfordshire OX29

Guide Price £750,000

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  • Semi Detached House
  • Garden

Nestled in the very pretty village of Northmoor this fabulous home was built by Keble Homes and enjoys a highly desirable rural setting.

This attractive, double fronted home offers approx.1737 sq ft of immaculately presented living space. Natural light floods through the superb kitchen/dining room with its wide range of units, integrated appliances and central island. This is a wonderful social/entertaining space with bi-fold doors to the garden. The sitting room has a wood burning stove which is a lovely feature and also enjoys bi-fold doors to the patio area, an ideal spot for alfresco dining. The cloakroom, study and utility room complete the ground floor picture.

The first floor offers a spacious master bedroom with ensuite and dressing area, two further double bedrooms and modern family bathroom.

Central heating is by 'state of the art' air source heat pump (underfloor heating on the ground floor) and the house enjoys high quality double glazing and high specification bathroom fittings.

The delightful garden to the rear affords a high degree of privacy with a sizeable patio area, lawn, shrubs and plants. The double garage and parking are further attributes.

An appointment to view is essential to fully appreciate all this wonderful home has to offer and the prime rural location with countryside all around plus the local pub, church and allotments are all in walking distance.

Council Tax Band E - £2,365.39

There is a management company, each house one director - current cost circa £1,000 per year.

Lying approximately 6 miles (10 km) south-west of Oxford and 5 miles (8.5 km) south-east of Witney, Northmoor boasts the community owned Red Lion pub, a village hall, which hosts a wide variety of activities and events, and is situated in a part of the Upper Thames valley which has been designated an Environmentally Sensitive Conservation Area.

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